Today the Varadero come to its new home,and regardless of what people say about them, they aren't a bad looking bike. I took it for a good run this afternoon and opened it up to see how it went, and chucked it through some twisties too. I even took the Grouppenfuhrer out on it this evening too and tok in some country lanes, the bike does everything effortlessly smoothly and as quick or as slow as you like. Nice smooth gear change, hardly any vibration at any revs or any gear. I went on the motorway this afternoon on my way home from my mums and sat at a ton (100 mph) with my visor up, and didn't need to turn my ipod up either. The tank holds 25 litres same as the caponord but will do 250 miles instead of 180-190 miles, which to me is also a bonus. If there is one gripe I have about it then its the lack of slipper clutch, which I have come accustomed to having on the capo and the Diavel, but you can't have everything can you.